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Kid-Friendly Accommodation with slides in Tainan and Kaohsiung


Taiwan is such a kid's friendly place and one of the top travel destinations Singaporeans. Easy communication, a fantastic array of food with its bustling night markets, lots of kid-friendly attractions and the only country I know of with an amazing number of kids friendly accommodation

By this definition, I'm referring to accommodations with slides, ball pit and lots of play feature for kids. 

Totally the very reasons why we love Taiwan so much, we visited Taiwan in May 2017, did an Okinawa-Taiwan trip in March 2018 and this time around, we intended to fly directly to Kaohsiung in November 2018.

Our previous trips to Taiwan has been saturated at just the North Taiwan and near the outskirts of Taipei, as we already have intentions to fly directly to Kaohsiung, South Taiwan should we want to visit the southern part of Taiwan.

And so that got me started with another Kid-friendly accommodation with slides in both Kaohsiung and Tainan. I was astounded by the variety and number of kids-friendly accommodation with slides in Kaohsiung and Tainan! Other than Yilan, I must say Tainan is the next go-to place for kids-friendly accommodation with slides. Not only do they have lots of kids-friendly accommodation with slides, but there are also plenty of farms stays available for you to choose from.



Tainan used to be the capital of Taiwan and is rich in heritage, think Malacca. Tainan is a small city. You can explore the city by public buses. No need for day tours or cab drivers.
In this post, I would like to share what matters most to us and I'm sure it may matter to you, who are reading this post right now too. 

KID-FRIENDLY ACCOMMODATION WITH SLIDES IN TAINAN 

I'll start off with my shortlisted ones. My requirements are similar to the past, near to a night market, preferably walking distance, near convenience stores, comes fitted with bathtubs and lifts provided. Yes, having lifts in the accommodation is a luxury and not a commodity in Taiwan. 

Most of the kid-friendly accommodation with slides in Taiwan are catered to the locals, hence be prepared to communicate in Chinese. Bank transfers can be a challenging task if they do not accept paypal. And when they state their minsu (accommodation) is located near a particular attraction for example, please do your own checks. As 'near' does not mean it's of walking distance. Most of the time, it meant a 5 - 8 minutes drive since most of the local would have driven there for a weekend staycation.

1. Jack Castle - the chosen one

This was the one we've shortlisted. Though the room designs may look a little dated and definitely not the coolest as compared to  Fun 假期亲子旅店, we have a hard time deciding between Jack Castle and Fun 假期亲子旅店. The rooms from the later are definitely way more attractive but Jack Castle is one of the rare kid-friendly accommodation with slides that is of a walking distance to Flower Night Market, 花园夜市, one of the biggest night market in Tainan.
  • Lift
  • 0.5km walking distance to Flower night market  花园夜市
  • Breakfast provided
  • Bathtub, selected rooms
  • Price: SGD190 - SGD230
  • Website: http://www.jackcastle.com.tw

2. Fun 假期亲子旅店 - highly recommended

New up and coming kid-friendly accommodation (minsu) in Tainan. I have a hard time choosing Jack Castle over this one. Super love their vibrant rooms. Unfortunately, they lose out to Jack Castle based on their proximity to  花园夜市
  • Lift
  • Near Flower night market  花园夜市 but not within walking distance
  • No breakfast provided
  • bathtub
  • Price: from SGD167 on weekdays
  • Website: http://www.funholidaytaiwan.com
3. 盒子走走親子民宿

  • 9 minutes drive to 花园夜市 
  • Breakfast provided, toast
  • Price: Wkday Twd3800 (SGD172) wkend twd4800 (SGD218), 
  • Website: http://boxgogo.wixsite.com/boxgogo29/home
  • 4. Jack House - do not confuse this with Jack Castle
  • Near 花园夜市, 10mins walk 
  • No lift 
  • Price: Wkday twd3400 (154) 
  • Website: http://boxgogo.wixsite.com/boxgogo29/home
5. 小捣蛋


6. FunCar『放假』


7. Candy肯蒂親子民宿

  • Near Anping street
  • 10 mins drive to garden nm,  5 min drive to wusheng 
  • Weekday twd2980 (135) weekend twd3980 (180)
  • Website: http://5658tn.com/Candy/

8.  Mu ya 沐亞親子童樂島



9. 台南梦森领林


2. No breakfast
3. Near da tong night market 1,2,5, 3 mins walk
4. Near train station
5. Wkday  twd2790 (SGD126), wkend Twd 3690 (SGD167)

11. 嗨樂園High Park台南親子民宿官網


2. 5 mins drive to garden night market, 3 mins drive to wu sheng night market
4. balloon room wkday ntd3600 (163), wkend 4500 (205)

Now, ain't we spoilt with choices, you'd end up in a dilemma as to which kid-friendly accommodation with slides to choose?

I've also done a previous post on "Taiwan Kids friendly Accommodation with slides - not your usual list!" Be sure to read up on that as well. 

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